Datasheet Type(s): Pest, Host Plant, Exclude from ISC. Bromus catharticus Vahl APNI*. Synonyms: Bromus unioloides Kunth APNI* Bromus willdenowii Kunth APNI*. Description: Densely-tufted, robust annuals or. General Information. Symbol: BRCA6. Group: Monocot. Family: Poaceae. Duration: Annual Perennial. Growth Habit: Graminoid. Native Status: CAN I HI I L48 I.

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Bromus is from Greek bromo, for stinking; catharticus is from Greek katharos, pure, or kathartes, a purifier, cleanser.

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Bbromus in Revta argent. The flower spikelets turn pale brown or straw-coloured as they mature and break up at maturity, usually leaving the glumes behind i.

Leaf sheaths are often lightly to densely covered in short or long hairs i. Click on images to enlarge dense infestation Photo: Presl Kunth Bromus mathewsii Steud. Thought to be native to S.


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Vascular Plants of the Gila Wilderness

Tolerant to at least two and susceptible to at least one. Ceratochloa cathartica Vahl Herter. Technology partner Strand Life Sciences. Further details may be available for individual references in the Distribution Table Details section which can be selected by going to Generate Report. This applies to the rhizomes of Bromus purgans, L, and B.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. How far do they disperse? One or more of the features that are needed to show you the maps functionality are not available in the web browser that you are using. Seeds parched, ground into flour and used to make bread and mush; also used as fodder for livestock. FNA recognizes 2 varieties: Related Links opens in a new window Treatments in Other Floras www. It includes published material or suggestions from the author or others.


Bromus catharticus (prairiegrass)

They can be either upright i. Feedback Do you have additional information about this plant that will improve the quality of the assessment? About our new maps. Very light, wind dispersed seeds, or bird dispersed seeds, or has edible fruit that is readily eaten by highly mobile animals.

Bromus catharticus Scientific classification Kingdom: The upper spikelets are erect and the lower spikelets are nodding or drooping. User Group specific search options Title.

Weeds of Australia – Biosecurity Queensland Edition Fact Sheet

Bromus willdenowii Kunth Ceratochloa unioloides Wind. Presl Shear, Bromus unioloides var. Ceratochloa cathartica Vahl Herter Ceratochloa festucoides P. America; widely introduced in Temperate regions of the World. The sheaths are densely hairy.